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Explore the UC story through data


UC Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) data

The University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) is a biennial survey conducted at UC’s nine undergraduate campuses.

First-generation college students

Systemwide data on first-generation undergraduates including enrollment, demographics, disaggregated race/ethnicity enrollment data, majors, first-year retention and graduation rates, and financial support information. First-generation college student is defined as a student where neither parent nor guardian have earned a four-year degree.

UC community safety dashboards

The UC Community Safety Plan calls on all UC campuses to collect and publicly share uniform campus safety data to empower the UC community and inform change.

Student credit hours

Student credit hours by class level and class size

Student basic needs

Results from undergraduate and graduate surveys on food insecurity and housing needs.

Transfers by major

GPA ranges and counts for transfer applicants by major and CIP

Awards and proposals

Summary charts and data tables of sponsored project awards and proposals, including breakout tabs of federal and state funding./infocenter/

Doctoral retention and completion

​Persistence rates and 8 and 10 year degree completion rates for students pursuing the academic doctoral degree.


​Average time required to complete the doctoral degree among UC students, and AAU comparative data.

Disaggregated data

Student enrollment and degree counts, and undergraduate admissions and graduation rates, by disaggregated race/ethnicity category.